Not A Fan Of Tube Tones!
3 Helpful / 0 Not
Pros: I understand the Denver Park's Department saved a bunch of coin by installing yellow Tube Tone targets instead of baskets. I also believe this small section of park land in an sketchy part of town probably didn't merit baskets anyway. So maybe the Tube Tone targets were the way to go. Obviously, this course doesn't get much play. There are no teepads or worn teepads or even hints of teepads. So even with the on-line map, I ended up just playing a quick round of safari and getting out of Dodge. The park has very green and lush grass. Some parts were swampy in the middle of July (over-zealous sprinkling system?). The Platte River is next to the park but doesn't come into play. The area seems to be a homeless magnet.
Cons: I'm just not into the Tube Tones. Yeah, these made a pleasent enough sound when your disc hit them but they can't replace baskets. A course without any kind of teepads or signage is always going to get a poor review from me. There are just too many other choices in the Denver area.
Other Thoughts: If I worked in the Pepsi Factory across the street, I still wouldn't drink any of those crappy Pepsi products nor would I play this crappy course before or after work. I'd drive the 5-10 miles to one of Denver's many other fine courses.
This course, the Pepsi Factory, the Homeless population, the train tracks, the old civic arena and the nasty smelling water all deserve each other.
A Diet Coke drinker for life
A Basket Loving Disc Golfer
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